Before many of us head off for a holiday break with family and friends, I wanted to share the monthly highlights we have so far for the month of December.
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Here are my highlights so far for December:
- Tomas Schiffbauer of Liebich & Partner AG, talks about his experiences using Scenes at his company to address issues with their CRM system: Working with SAP “Scenes” – 15 Minutes to Convince 30 People of a New Process.
- The irony of revolutionary technologies is that it can often be a challenge to figure out what to do with them. Find out how SAP is incorporating user experience research into the development of SAP CoPilot to get early input from users in my article, Shiny New Technology! Great! Uh… Now What Do We Build with It?
- What’s New in the Design Guidelines? Check Out Version 1.42! Find out the details in this post by Andrea Waisgluss.
- A Round of Applause for the folks who spoke at the SAP Design Talks and the employees behind the scenes who brought these inspiring 10 people to SAP in 2016.
- Claire Donelon announces two new openSAP courses:
- SAP Screen Personas 3.0 is coming to openSAP – February 2017! This introduction to SAP Screen Personas teaches you how you can transform complex screens, including your custom transactions into a modern interface.
- Sign up by January 25th to Learn the Basics of Design Research for Free! To meet end-user expectations and deliver the ideal user experience, design research is a critical pre-project task. If you’re interested in learning more, why not sign up for the next Basics of Design Research on openSAP.
- A state-of-the-art, custom-designed analytics dashboard is helping MediaTek maintain a competitive advantage. Find out more from Tyler Nickerson in Turning Real-Time Data into Real-Time Decisions.
- With SAP S/4HANA 1610, we have applied the SAP Fiori 2.0 visual theme (Belize) to the whole product, i.e. to SAP Fiori apps as well as to SAP GUI for HTML and Web Dynpro ABAP. Jeong-Sook (a.k.a. Sooki) Lee tells you more in SAP Fiori Theme Now Available for Classic S/4HANA Applications. SAP Fiori Theme Now Available for Classic S/4HANA Applications.
- To accelerate the learning process and scale a people-centric approach across large companies from various countries and industries, Tobias Haug, Head of SAP Design & Co-Innovation Center EMEA, initiated Design at Business. Learn about this unique group in Ann-Sofie Ruf’s blog, Design at Business: A Cross-Company Network for Change.
- Do you know Techné? If not, find out from Holger Maasen in his article, Techné – Design Guidelines for YaaS (SAP Hybris as a Service).
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